The links page
What is here?
I have put links to other useful web sites here, divided into sites most useful to teachers, and ones for school students (fun sites and sites to help with your homework). I don't want
to lose you, so a new window will open when you select a link.
I have taken every care to ensure that I have not included sites that contain unsuitable or offensive material, but they are not affiliated with Creative Chemistry or controlled by me, and I cannot be held responsible for their content.
if you know of any other sites you think I should include.
Internet Anagram Server
Make tricky anagrams for your students to unravel.
Crossword Compiler Software
Buy and download your own copy of the excellent crossword software used to make the Creative Chemistry crossword puzzles. Great for making crosswords for use in school.
Pascal Dietzel's Chemistry Macros
Brilliant shareware that writes symbol equations in Microsoft Word for you. Well worth the registration fee.
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General chemistry and science
BBC Science and Nature pages
Lots of interesting stuff on science, regularly updated.
Chemicool Periodic Table
Info about the elements (more than you need, probably).
Burt's excellent colour clipart. Scale drawings of laboratory apparatus
that look real, not like cartoons. Warp 9 bonus - have a look at
his Star Trek starship plans, too!
Thinking about studying Chemistry at university? This site has lots of information from current chemistry undergraduates, including their experiences, ideas for your personal statement, mock degree interviews, and reviews of books often found on university reading lists.
How Stuff Works
Info on how everything works. Just about every device you can think of is here.
The fun Periodic Table Quiz!
The Evil Tutorís Guide to Graphs and Figures
A very funny look at how not to do your graphs (if you don't think itís funny you really need the help it gives).
The Nobel Prize Internet Archive
Who won one (or more), when, and for what!
Discovery Kids- Tell Me More!
Learn about space, nature, machines and the world we live in.
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GCSE Chemistry help and revision
BBC Bitesize GCSE Science Revision
Itís always time for a bit of Chemistry revision! I wrote the words and questions, and did most of the diagrams, so there's no excuse - get yourself there!
Brown's Chemistry Clinic
General help and revision site for Key Stage 3, GCSE,
A Level Chemistry, with notes, multiple choice tests and structured
Revision for GCSE Chemistry and other subjects.
Free revision materials written by a team of teachers for GCSE and A Level. Not just Chemistry - lots of other subjects, too. Registration (free) needed to access the materials.
S-Cool for GCSE Chemistry
notes and short tests for GCSE
Chemistry (other subjects are also available).
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AS and A2 Chemistry help and revision
Free independent source of information and advice to help you find the right UK degree course and university. Features a simple-to-use search tool that lets you filter course results on the things that matter most to you, real-life student insights from nearly 300 UK universities and colleges, plus expert advice on everything from applications to student finance.
Dingle's Chemistry Pages
for UK and US high school chemistry students with content suitable
for GCSE and A Level chemistry, and Regular, Honors and Advanced
Placement courses (US). The site has downloadable notes, worksheets
is designed to help UK students over some of the more worrying parts
of the A Level specifications. It concentrates on the bits
that textbooks tend to do too quickly and that students often find